Earlier this week, I had a bout of illness and some severe headaches. With this, usually means that I have to take painkillers and that means opiates. It also means I get a bit loopy. However, I also bought Minecraft, and that meant I had something to distract me.
Needless to say, I spent a while leveling the land.
It’s difficult to give Minecraft justice with screenshots; but here’s some to give you a hint as to the tip of the iceberg of my adventure so far in just three days.
This is a visitor center.
Every time I move into a new area, find a mine shaft, or crevice to explore, I build one of these atop it. Most of them just contain a crafting table and an oven—some have a bed—but almost all of them have lower basement exits that go into the mine (with doors of course.)
They’re frugal, but cozy, and I expect them to tell the story of the mine shaft below after I’m done with them.
This is the Undermountain Pass. I dug it in a straight line through a mountainside in order to see where it would go. Worked out pretty well, actually. It even peeked out on one edge into a vast mountain valley lake.
There’s the lake—those are some odd floating island formations with hovertrees on them out there.
I haven’t explored those yet.
My newest addition: the swamp visitor’s center.
It’s even got double-tall windows for taking in the view. And, if you look just to the side, you might even see one of my giant mushrooms. I am thinking of building one of my next structures on top of one just because…
Maybe some other time.
And to say adieu, here’s the room with a view.